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Day in Dublin

During my last week abroad I decided to become a tourist. I had lived in the country for three months, yet there were so many things in Dublin I didn’t do yet. 758 more words

Suspects Charged in Downtown Christmas Eve Armed Robbery

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – A St. Louis-area woman is living in fear since she was attacked on the parking lot of her downtown church, late Christmas Eve night. 299 more words

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Now it's sunny...

… Quick, let us take a picture before the next cloud comes !

Picture of Christ Church Cathedral taken in Dublin in July, 2016

Irland

Today in Irish History – 11 December:

722 – Death of High King of Ireland, Fergal mac Máele Dúin. Fergal belonged to the Cenél nEógain sept of the northern Uí Néill. He was the son of Máel Dúin mac Máele Fithrich, a King of Ailech, and great grandson of the high king Áed Uaridnach. 733 more words

Irish History

Quebec to spend millions restoring heritage and religious buildings

The Quebec government plans to spend more than $6 million to restore and repair buildings with religious and cultural heritage in the Montreal area.

It announced on Tuesday that $2,702,195 will go to restoration of nine buildings and religious properties in and around the city. 297 more words

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Opera and Hallowe'en

I like chamber music.

I like opera.

Ughn. Apple pen. Chamber opera.

This Hallowe’en (technically Oct. 30) was my first City Opera Vancouver event and first chamber opera, even though I do like both chamber music and opera and it makes sense to like this, too. 322 more words

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